Heating and air conditioning keep your home comfortable all year long. You have plenty on your plate each day running a household, from errands to meals to bills to trying to get some precious sleep, not to mention hosting holidays and special events at your home. A comfortable environment lets you get back to the important times in life and conquer your to-do list.
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As more and more commercial buildings and homes are designed with sustainability in mind, commercial geothermal installations have become more popular, and it’s easy to see why: they are the most environmentally friendly method of heating and cooling available today, far outstripping air source heat pumps in efficiency. Every aspect of our geothermal heat pumps has been optimized to be environmentally friendly.
Efficient Heat Pump Design
Commercial water-to-water heat pumps boast a coefficient of performance (COP) of 4.1. This means that for every watt of electricity used to run the heat pump, 4.1 watts of usable heat energy is moving into your building. This makes your commercial heat pump 410% efficient. Having such an efficient HVAC system will cut down on your home or building’s greenhouse gas emissions, and save you money on your utility bills.
Efficient System Design. A popular commercial geothermal system design is to use simultaneous heating and cooling. Using this design, a commercial geothermal system can heat and cool at the same time by taking advantage of both sides of the heat pumps. This virtually doubles the efficiency of the system when compared to a conventional fully reversing heat pump system. This means that instead of being 410% efficient, your geothermal system could be up to 820% efficient. This kind of efficiency would reduce your utility bills drastically.
With this method, heat pumps are connected in parallel between hot and cold buffer tanks. The cold buffer tank is connected to the outdoor side of the heat pump and the cooling zones while the hot buffer tank is connected to the indoor side of the heat pump and the heating zones. The heat pump heats and cools by absorbing heat from the cold buffer tank and rejecting it into the hot buffer tank, along with the compressor energy. Whenever a buffer tank goes outside its operating range the ground loop either adds or rejects energy, as required, to balance the building’s total energy requirements.
Sustainable Development and LEED Certification. Installing a geothermal heat pump in your commercial building is a great way to become certified in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED Certified). Many of our existing commercial projects have achieved LEED certification, and their eco-friendly geothermal systems play a big role. Geothermal heat pumps fall under the Energy & Atmosphere category for LEED certification. There are 38 points that can be scored in this category, which is spread across a variety of subcategories including domestic hot water heating, space heating and cooling, refrigeration management. As you can imagine, choosing the right HVAC system will go a long way towards achieving LEED certification. In fact, installing a geothermal heat pump will earn you 10 of the possible 38 points in the Energy & Atmosphere category.
Being LEED certified has many benefits including increased revenues, decreased utility costs and increasing building longevity. If you’re developing an environmentally friendly property, LEED certification is a great way to declare to the world that your building is a green building.
Sometimes a quick fix makes sense. A pull from a wide selection of inventory to make a timely repair that gets your unit up and running. Other times, our certified technicians will counsel you that it’s time to replace your system. You’ll avoid future breakdowns and headaches from inefficient equipment. As a Factory Authorized Dealer of Carrier, be assured your new unit will be affordable and efficient. Our commitment on a replacement will keep your home comfortable for years to come.
The most significant upgrades are the ones that transform a home into an energy efficient place with lowering down your utility bills. There is an important knowledge to get from an HVAC, such as upgrades like replacing your old inefficient furnace with a valuable high-efficiency premium furnace, which can qualify for many rebates and incentives offered by a number of available programs. These rebate providers provide an incentive for consumers to replace non- ENERGY STAR® appliances with ENERGY STAR® appliances. With a dedicated rebate processing department, your rebates are processed and submitted in the fastest processing times allowed. Retiring older, less efficient heating appliances with ENERGY STAR® products is the single, most cost-effective step a consumer can take to save money and cut down the electricity bills.
Saving Money is always important, but making the upgrades now will also help you to save money, is something new to believe. Get started today and you could save thousands on costs by upgrading to ENERGY STAR® certified heating systems. Look from a company that provides a rebate program that makes it easier and much more affordable for you to purchase an energy efficient heating appliance as it saves you money.